Boris Johnson hosts UK global investment summit

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Boris Johnson is hosting a global investment summit that is looking at green finance, technology, life sciences and levelling up.

The Prime Minister will roll out the red carpet for business leaders including Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates when he hosts the Global Investment Summit at London’s Science Museum on Tuesday.

Ahead of the gathering, No 10 said Mr Johnson would announce a package of 18 investment deals, supporting growth in sectors such as wind and hydrogen energy, sustainable homes and carbon capture and storage.

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